Everyone is welcome to our next TDEG Whole Group meeting on Wednesday, 19 October, 7.30-9.00pm, in the Fountain Square Church, Tideswell.
Our speaker will be Fiona Dear, Co-Director of the Restart Project
Following the recent successful launch of the Tideswell & District Repair Café, we will be hearing about the national and international repair movement. Fiona will share her experiences working to help people repair and reuse their devices, from tablets to toasters, to bring about a more sustainable society.
All welcome to attend—come and find out all about “Restart Parties”.
There is no charge for this event, but we welcome small cash donations towards our speaker’s expenses and other costs. Thanks.
Fiona is Co-Director at The Restart Project, which aims to keep our electronics in use for as long as possible through repair and reuse. She enjoys upcycling and mending, and has spent over fifteen years working to engage public audiences in bringing about a more sustainable society.
The Restart Project
The Restart Project aims to “fix our relationship with electronics”. They run regular Restart Parties where people teach each other how to repair their broken and slow devices – from tablets to toasters, from iPhones to headphones. They work with individuals and organisations to help them value and use their electronics for longer. And they use the data and stories they collect to help demand better, more sustainable electronics for all.